PC Gamer: The Ball Review

PC Gamer: It’s The Ball’s puzzles that make it unique and worthwhile. None of them are particularly brain-breaking (and there’s a hint button within reach at all times). Most amount to guiding your globe over obstacles to reach buttons, but they’re gently paced in a way that produces something calming and enjoyable (in between mummy attacks). You lead the lumpen sphere around like it’s a giant puppy, coercing it to do your bidding. The easy, intuitive fun of kicking your dynamically-lit, polished, multi-ton marble through the environment and watching the ballet of Newtonian physics play out is an adventure in itself.

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